- Aug 4, 2021
A Bible-themed attraction in Kentucky that features a 510-foot-long wooden Noah’s ark is planning to begin fundraising for an expansion.
Some of Kentucky’s most prominent leaders can start warming up their best zingers — the political speeches will resume at the Fancy Farm picnic after a one-year hiatus caused by COVID-19.
A western Kentucky priest accused of sexually abusing two minors has been reinstated by the Vatican but remains banned from entering schools for five years.
The Supreme Court has agreed to take on a case next term from Kentucky’s attorney general, who is seeking to defend the state’s abortion law that was struck down by a lower court.
The Catholic Schools Office for the Diocese of Owensboro has announced that in-person instruction will resume after the Christmas holidays.
The Supreme Court Dec. 17 rejected an appeal from a Kentucky Christian school to be exempt from state orders to stop in-person classes amid rising coronavirus cases.
After her mother died in 1990, Missy Bartlett, a Louisville theology teacher and lover of puzzles, came across her mother’s homemade crossword puzzles. Discovering her mother’s collection of puzzles inspired Bartlett to give puzzle-making a try. And since her expertise was in theology, she decided to center her puzzles on that theme.
While millions of Americans have suddenly found themselves unemployed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, a new ministry sponsored by Epiphany Church in Louisville seeks to help.